Over the past year, the global pandemic has challenged us in ways that we did not think possible. For Black people and other communities of color, those challenges have been heightened by preexisting racial disparities and inequities. For others, these compounding issues have created a call for meaningful action and immediate progress toward racial equity. Businesses are stepping up with a strengthened commitment to make concrete changes to the way they do business in an effort to advance racial equity around our region.
The Business Equity for Indy (BEI) initiative, a joint venture between the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP) and the Indy Chamber in collaboration with the Indianapolis Urban League, was formed in response to these calls for action. The initiative is now looking to brand its work and they need a logo to start. BEI wants to involve Black creatives and other communities of color to develop a logo that visually reflects the emotion and effort needed to advance racial equity and justice in the city. The top three finalists will receive prize money and the opportunity to tell their story publicly.
The Business Equity for Indy initiative has EXTENDED THE DEADLINE for logo submissions to June 25. Creatives of color are encouraged to watch the replay of this brief Q&A session for a better understanding of the BEI initiative and the logo criteria. Click here to view the 18-minute recording (sound begins at 0:25) of our Q&A session from May 27. Still have questions? Contact Stacia Murphy at email@example.com.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Contest open to Indiana residents 18 years or older. Contest will run between 12:01 am EST on _5/10/2021 and ends at 11:59 pm EST on 7_/16_/2021. Limit one entry per person. Certain restrictions apply. See Official Rules at this website for details including prize description. Sponsor: Central Indiana Corporate Partnership and CICP Foundation, Inc. void where prohibited.